JIONG ZHANG, MD

Fellow, Dermatopathology
Department of Pathology

Contact Information

UW Pathology Department
Box 35610

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Education and Training

Fellow, Dermatopathology, University of Washington, 2012-present

Pathology Resident, University of Tennessee, 2008-2012

Assistant Staff Scientist, Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, 2008-2008

Assistant Professor, Hartwell Center for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 2002-2006

PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 2002

National Center for Biotechnology Information,
National Institutes of Health, “Human Genetics and Molecular Biology”,
MD, Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai, P.R. China, 1993

Representative Publications

Zhang J. Magro, CM., (2011) Immunohistochemical features of atypical recurrent nevi revealed by the soluble adenylyl cyclase antibody stain. American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. Seattle, October 2011.

Malik, M., Qureshi, A., Qayyum, S., Skinner, A., Zhang J., Slominski, A., (2011) Correlating the tumor infiltrating lymphocytes and the melanin content in melanomas on H&E sections. College of American Pathologist Annual Meeting. Grapevine, TX, September, 2011.

Zhang J., Timothy McCalmont., (2010) Ripple-pattern spiradenoma. American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. Atlanta, October 2010.

Zhang J., Kulkarni A., Skinner A., Stanton C., Handorf C., Slominski A., (2010) "Virtual Signout" platform - Tool for Dermatopathology Training. American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meeting. Atlanta, October 2010 (oral presentation).

Zhang J., Yang B., Kulkarni A., Johns C., Handorf C., (2010) An Intelligent "Virtual Signout" System for Pathology Training: An Efficient and Objective Approach Using Whole Slide Images. United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology Annual Meeting. Washington D.C., March 2010.

Zhang J., Datta V. (2009) The Unproportional Number of Reports on Co-existing Adenocarcinoma and Carcinoid Tumor in the Urinary Bladder. College of American Pathologists Annual Meeting. Washington D.C., October 2009.

 

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